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[software]Hangman For Students - Langin Software
"Hangman for Students" is the classic hangman game withword lists divided by grade levels, from Grade 1 to Grade 5, plus wordlists for junior high and senior high. It offers enough chances so thatkids can frequently win and stay interested in the game.  Adults may besurprised that they like to play to.  Parents can create their own wordlists.
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Puzzle games
Downloads: 18
[software]Tear Down the Wall - Langin Software
"Tear Down the Wall" is a strategy game invented by the author where players are awarded points for destroying the most bricks in a wall. Bricks have different point values and hardness. The hardness determines how the wall crumbles. Play against a human opponent or against the computer.
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Strategy games
Downloads: 29
[software]Nine Men's Morris - Langin Software
"""Nine Men's Morris"" is an ancient strategy game played on a special board in which the object is to get ""three in a row"" and thereby take the opponent's pieces. Each of the two players has nine pieces, which has something to do with the name of the game. Otherwise, the origination of the name of the game is somewhat obscure. When three pieces are placed in a row, it is called a ""mill."" For this reason, the game is sometimes called ""The Mill."" The rules of the game are included in a hype...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Board games
Downloads: 45
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